Posted: February 14, 2003

Ellen Kushner, host of public radio’s Sound and Spirit, has helped launch the Interstitial Arts movement.

Posted: February 14, 2003

Maigstrates in Kentucky have refused to endorse a grant application from Whitesburg’s Appalshop because of an alleged unpatriotic remark by a DJ on WMMT-FM, reports the Associated Press. Appalshop operates WMMT, a community radio station.

Posted: February 14, 2003

The Daily Northwestern goes behind the scenes at NPR’s Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me! Host Peter Sagal acknowledges he’s achieve a modicum of fame but will “never reach Bitch Goddess level.” (Via Romenesko.)

Posted: February 14, 2003

After fielding more advocates on the Hill than ever before, APTS reported that Congress had reduced the amount it will rescind from this year’s CPB funding. Instead of cutting $10 mil to $15 mil, Congress applied a smaller cut of … Continue reading

Posted: February 14, 2003

Some Pacificans are urging the network’s board to guarantee seats for women and people of color.

Posted: February 13, 2003

The theme of this year’s Public Radio Collaboration (Nov. 1-9) is democracy in America.

Posted: February 13, 2003

WRYR in Churchton, Md., one of the first low-power FM stations to go on the air, is “definitely starting to catch on,” says founder Mike Shay in the Baltimore Sun.

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